The NASA: A Human Adventure brings an exhibition featuring historic space craft to the Bangkok Convention Centre (Central Plaza, Ladprao, 1695 Phaholyothin Rd, 0 2541 1234) until February 1. Split into four zones, the displays will have 350 items of space technology; including space rockets, satellites, space cars, robots, communication devices and a space bathroom. Among the space craft are Gemini, Apollo and the Space Shuttle. The Ride zone will have a G Force Simulator; a circular screen with 360-degree views and interactive displays about the Sun and planets; and an Activity Club, where visitors can take pictures in space suits while experiencing weightlessness. The Souvenir zone has goodies such as flight jackets and rocket models, while the Space Café serves space cuisine, including Neil Armstrong’s lunch menu. According to TAT Governor Thawatchai Arunyik, the exhibition “says simply everything about the capability of Thailand as the region’s leader in space technology.” Tickets are B500 from Thai Ticketmajor (0 2262 3456, thaiticketmajor.com).